Four good reasons to get involved

You may be wondering how you can get involved in a project like ours. There are a thousand ways to volunteer. At Each One, join an active community of change-makers who want to move the lines.

Extraordinary encounters
Learn and upgrade your skills
Have an impact and give meaning
Be part of a community you will never forget

of student volunteers say that the experience provided them with new professional skills and helped them to find work


of volunteers would recommend becoming involved to their friends


"each One is the best program for refugees who want to take a leap forward."  

Tsering - Program participant at HEC in 2018

"I have acquired human skills and knowledge on the issue of refugee reintegration, which is an asset for what I see as my career path. »

Laura - volunteer student at Sciences Po Lille in 2018

"I now know that it is possible at its scale to have an impact on the life of one or more of these people. It would be a shame to miss it! »

Claire - volunteer coach at ESCP in 2019

"The program allows our students to become clearly aware of the problems faced by refugees and leads them to "take responsibility" in a very interesting way."

Member of the administration of Sciences Po Lille

How it works

Each year, two programmes take place in our partner schools, the first at the beginning of the academic year (September-December), the second at the beginning of the year (February-May). 

The schedule for the next opening dates, in September 2020, is under construction according to government recommendations. We therefore invite you to express your interest using the form below to be contacted when we are looking for volunteers.

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Mentor, coach or buddy?

Do you want to contribute but don't know what "role" to play? Don't worry!

Here you will find explanations of the three roles of the programseach One.


A mentor is a person integrated in the professional world whose role is to inspire, redefine a project, motivate and create links within the world of work.


The coach is a student volunteer who provides technical support to the participant in achieving his or her career project or return to studying. 


The buddy is also a student volunteer in charge of helping the participant to practice French and create social links.
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